An Oregon man was arrested on felony drug charges after accidentally dialing 911 just before a drug deal, allowing police to track down his location using the phone's GPS signal. KGW's Kyle Iboshi reports. (NBC News)
New research provides evidence that breast cancer is not just one disease but perhaps four, with many subtypes. Researchers are examining whether other cancer drugs could also target breast cancer. NBC's Robert Bazell reports. (Nightly News)
An accidental drowning fueled by drug use has been ruled the official cause of Whitney Houston's death. Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC's chief medical correspondent, talks to NBC's Willie Geist about what role the drugs in Houston's system may have played in her death. (TODAY)
Parents of children with attention deficit disorders are being forced to travel from pharmacy to pharmacy in search of prescription medicines, with no guarantees they will be available. NBC's Dr. Nancy Synderman reports.
With thousands of tons of narcotics flowing north from Mexico across the Rio Grande river into the U.S., law enforcement use tactical helicopters to track and photograph drug smuggling. To see more of Mark Potter's report watch NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams Tuesday.
The methamphetamine derivative commonly called "bath Salts" has unusually dangerous and long-lasting effects. NBC's Nancy Snyderman reports, the powerful designer drug is available across the country to anyone, including children.
Toxicology results reportedly indicate that the girlfriend of brewing heir August Busch IV had cocaine and oxycodone in her system at the time of her mysterious death in his mansion. NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports. (TODAY show)